Jen Harley and Ronnie Ortiz-Magro ended up spotted at Ronnie’s CBD launch bash of VERGE in Los Angeles on Oct. 3 and one particular onlooker could explain to there was a little something not suitable involving them.
Jen Harley, 31, didn’t look much too thrilled to be around boyfriend Ronnie Ortiz-Magro, 33, when they were hanging out at his CBD launch get together of VERGE in Los Angeles on the night time of Oct. 3, just several hours before Ronnie’s headline-creating arrest. The reality stars mingled about partygoers and whilst Ronnie appeared to be in excellent spirits, a person onlooker couldn’t help but feel Jen seemed upset.
“Those at Ron’s bash were being so surprised to see Ron get arrested this morning. He experienced a terrific time at his Verge CBD launch and anyone is just stunned,” a source near to Jersey Shore Solely advised HollywoodLife. “Jen was unhappy about something and then requested Ron to leave the bash and they still left with each other all around 11 and went dwelling to Ron’s dwelling and anything happened in between them there which led to everything. He was in these wonderful spirits right before.”
Later that night around two: 40 a.m., Ronnie was arrested immediately after an alleged domestic dispute with Jen. Neighbors termed the police and described observing “a woman (presumably Jen) functioning down a avenue whilst screaming for aid and that an individual took her infant girl”. That little one girl is believed to have been Jen and Ronnie’s 18-month-old daughter Ariana, and when cops arrived on the scene, they experienced to break down a door and use a Taser on Ronnie, who was with Ariana in a home they had been being in, when he did not cooperate with them. He was taken to the medical center to be evaluated and booked for kidnapping prior to becoming unveiled on Oct. 4 on a bail amount of $100k, according to TMZ.
There’s no phrase however on what ways are subsequent for Ronnie and Jen but we’ll surely be updating the facts on this circumstance as they turn out to be offered.
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